Three additional names that would fit in The Judgment Day

TOKYO, JAPAN - APRIL 04: Jay White enters the ring during the New Japan Pro-Wrestling 'Sakura Genesis' at Ryogoku Kokugikan on April 04, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Etsuo Hara/Getty Images)
TOKYO, JAPAN - APRIL 04: Jay White enters the ring during the New Japan Pro-Wrestling 'Sakura Genesis' at Ryogoku Kokugikan on April 04, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Etsuo Hara/Getty Images) /

The Judgment Day has been a growing faction since its formation at last year’s WrestleMania.

A faction that was founded by the original leader, Edge, has proven that it can be a dominant unit without him. When Finn Balor made his mark with Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley, they all came together as equals. They even recruited Dominik Mysterio to the stable. With these four members taking over, there could likely be more people to join in. In a recent interview with WWE’s The Bump, Balor hinted there could be more members as he states that the group is always looking to expand. Here are three members that could be part of Judgment Day.

Jay White 

Recently, Jay White finished his run with NJPW. Now that he is the hottest free agent in professional wrestling today, there are so many opportunities for the New Zealand star. He could go to AEW and make a name out of himself there or he could sign with the WWE. White has won nearly every singles championship in NJPW. A possible appearance in the WWE can lead to White accomplishing huge things.

If White signs with WWE, he can be a promising member of Judgment Day. Alongside former fellow Bullet Club leader/founder, Balor, there is so much those two can do together with The Judgment Day. Balor can even show White the ropes of how WWE operates. A person who also has experience with factions, White can add his unique characteristics to the group such as his in-ring and mic skills. With these abilities, White can be someone who is seen as equal compared to the rest of Judgment Day.


Originally known as Dominik Dijakovic, then T-BAR on the main roster, Dijak would go back to NXT and terrorize anyone that gets in his way. Developing himself as a monster heel, maybe he can go back to the main roster and join Judgment Day. Dijak is no stranger to being part of villainous groups. Considered one of the top members of RETRIBUTION, Dijak knows to put things in control. Being part of Judgment Day would be a piece of cake to him as he can become a close ally to Damian Priest. Dijak and Priest could also form a sub-group to elevate the tag team division as well.

Baron Corbin

If there is someone who constantly commits to any character that comes their way, it’s Baron Corbin. Starting as The Lone Wolf, then Constable Corbin, King Corbin, Happy Corbin, and The Modern Day Wrestling God, Corbin is never afraid to take risks in following new directions. Now that he is no longer aligned with WWE Hall of Famer, JBL, it is time to repackage Corbin.

Last Monday on RAW, Corbin was seeking assistance in gaining back his old self. In doing so, he requested to join Maximum Male Models, but to be part of Maxxine Dupri’s stable, he had to defeat Chad Gable. Since he failed to put away Gable, he is still stuck in a deep hole. One way he can get out of that deep hole is to seek interest in becoming a Judgment Day member. Already on the RAW roster, WWE won’t have to worry about creating a brand-new star. Instead, they can put Corbin to the test and see how well he performs with Balor, Priest, Ripley, and Mysterio.

What three additional members do you think would be a great fit in The Judgment Day? Leave your comments below.

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